Clayton Cooke Dentistry in the Ranch

Clayton Cooke Dentistry in the Ranch

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Dr. Cooke and his entire staff are amazing and very competent. You will never regret your visit to this office. It is the very best in the Ranch or any where I promise you!! My husband and I have been patients for at least 25 years. 😊
Dear Clayton, My name is Walter Dunphy. I have been in touch with your late Dad, James. James was my second cousin. I live in Ireland. Perhaps you might like to get in touch ?
Dear Clayton, My name is Walter Dunphy. I have been in touch with your late Dad, James. He was my second cousin. I live in Ireland. Perhaps you might like to get in touch ? James grandmother Delia was sister to my grandfather.

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09/26/2019

Eating sugary foods as snacks increases your chance of tooth decay, so eat them with meals and be sure to brush afterward!

09/25/2019

Found in many foods, like the pulp and seeds of grapefruits, chemical compounds known as polyphenols can kill oral viruses.

09/24/2019

Tooth enamel is mostly made of the mineral hydroxyapatite which consists of calcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, calcium fluoride, calcium hydroxide, and citrate.

09/21/2019

World Gratitude Day is September 21st! What are you most grateful for?

09/20/2019

Known as the “unicorn of the sea,” a narwhal’s tusk is actually a tooth, and only the males have them.

09/17/2019

Bottlenose Dolphins only use their teeth for defense. They swallow their food whole!

09/11/2019

Researchers have seen cavities in bears as a result of snacking on berries and honey.

09/10/2019

The ADA recommends replacing your toothbrush every 3-4 months or sooner if the bristles are frayed or you’ve had a bad cold. Choose a softbristled brush and remember to brush gently but thoroughly.

09/09/2019

Ancient Egyptians used to whiten their teeth using ground pumice mixed with wine vinegar.

09/06/2019

Some of the first toothpicks were made from bone, gold, and quills.

09/05/2019

Did you know? Tooth decay is considered an infectious disease.

09/04/2019

he inventor of the modern toothbrush is William Addis. In the 1700s, he attached boar hair bristles to a toothbrush handle made of bone.

08/29/2019

The American Dental Association started in 1859 when a group of 26 dentists visited Niagara Falls to exchange ideas.

08/27/2019

Americans spend approximately $2 billion on oral care products each year.

08/26/2019

The electric toothbrush first appeared in 1927. It was produced by the Electro Massage Tooth Brush Company.

08/23/2019

Don’t delay! A knocked-out tooth only has 15 minutes before it starts to die. Try to put it back in place or put it in some milk and get to the dentist quickly!

08/22/2019

Cover your mouth! A sneeze can exit the body at over 600 miles per hour!

08/20/2019

The most valuable tooth belonged to Sir Isaac Newton. In 1816, one of his teeth sold for $3,633, the equivalent of over $35,000 in today’s money!

08/15/2019

The most popular toothbrush color is blue. What color is yours?

08/14/2019

Scientists believe prehistoric children didn’t get cavities because their diets didn’t contain refined sugar.

08/13/2019

The first dental drill dates to 1790, when one of George Washington’s dentists adapted a spinning wheel’s foot pedal to rotate a drill.

08/09/2019

Depending on the material and your oral care routine, a dental filling should last about 10 years or more.

08/08/2019

Have bad breath? Try drinking more water! A dry mouth allows bacteria to flourish, which can cause gum problems and contribute to tooth decay. Staying hydrated helps keep your body healthy and can reduce bad breath.

08/07/2019

When flossing your teeth, shift to a new section of floss every few teeth to avoid redepositing bacteria. A piece about 18-20 inches long should do the trick!

07/25/2019

The blue whale has the largest tongue in the animal kingdom. It’s as large as an elephant and weighs 5,400 pounds!

07/24/2019

The first toothbrushes were tree twigs. Chewing on the tips of the twigs spread out the fibers, which were then used to clean the teeth.

07/23/2019

In 1866, Lucy Beaman Hobbs became the first licensed female dentist.

07/19/2019

Giraffes only have bottom teeth.

07/17/2019

Unconventional toothpaste use: Polish your silver or brass! Using a soft-bristle toothbrush, scrub lightly with just a dab of toothpaste. Rinse thoroughly and polish with a dry, soft cloth. A word to the wise: NEVER apply toothpaste to pearls as the grit will remove their shiny finish.

07/10/2019

Making bread from scratch? Try using dental floss to cut uncooked bread dough into perfect portions. Just be sure to use unflavored floss or your rolls may come out minty fresh!

07/09/2019

Try chewing on a handful of these seeds to freshen your breath between brushing: fennel, cardamom, sunflower, or anise. Their antiseptic qualities all help fight bad-breath-causing bacteria.

07/08/2019

If you can’t get to a toothbrush, try an apple! Eating a raw apple after a meal scrubs the teeth.

07/05/2019

Want to make an all-natural sage mouth rinse? Boil two teaspoons of sage in two cups water, then cool for 15 minutes. Swish in your mouth for several minutes, then rinse. Sage has an antibacterial property that may reduce decay.

07/04/2019

Happy Fourth of July! Revolutionary War hero, Paul Revere also dabbled in dentistry. Before Paul Revere’s career as a blacksmith, English dental surgeon John Baker taught him how to make and insert false teeth. Paul Revere is also credited with being the first forensic dentist. Using dental remains Revere correctly identified Massachusetts Major General Joseph Warren, who happened to also famously send Revere on his midnight ride in 1775.

06/28/2019

Nuts that are low in carbohydrates like pecans, peanuts, and almonds, provide protein and also stimulate saliva flow which can reduce your risk of tooth decay.

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16081 San Dieguito Road G-2
Rancho Santa Fe, CA
92091
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